The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 122, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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HOT 81 FROM LEO XIII.
LAND IN A LETTER.
THE POPE IS FRIENDLY TO SILYER.
Itoinnn Catholic Uliuroli tlui Orcut Kohl of
tho Working .I'eoplo In All Uiudii
ISImotnllUm In Their FuMir Ur-
ntorntlon of Silver lu rill
Oltllled Uonntrlr Would
Itlmnto tho Homo 1.1 fo
of All anthollc
FALL AND WINTER SUITS
MADE TO ORDER
GO AND SEE
H The Tailor
IL' feB VU1IILIII
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM.
B. IIODUBS r
GEO. K. B'LLINGSLEY President.
CHAb. 13. UILLINOSLEY
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK.
Capital fully paid $50000.00
A U. ISrowor Capitalist Utlcu N. Y. Geo. K. Jlllllngsley. Uuthrlc
W B. Hodges Uuthrlo. Jno. F.Stono Uuthrle.
Okas B. llllilngsloy (Juthrlo
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
OK&ftHeHLA. CARRIAGE WORKS.
Special to Dally Leader.
New York Oat. 82 A spoclal from
London to the New York Journal
"Your Homo correspondent wires
me tonight: 'Tho popo litis privately
expressed his disapproval of tlie action
of Archbishop Ireland in u letter
which he is sending to Card.nsl Gib
"'As usual with the Vatican there
is no ofllolal pronouncement in the
matter but the news of his holiness'
views will roach the ears of the per-
son for whom they aro intended.'"
This news which Is known to be
authentic has created a profound sen-
sation in Now York. There is a
general belief among tho Roman
Catholics of this country that his holi-
ness favors tho restoration of silver the
world over because it favors tho poor
man and doos no injustice to the rich.
There aro hundreds of thousands of
working people in tho Catholic church
not only in the United States but in
the world. Tho romonctlzation of sil-
ver will double the amount of money
in circulation among them quicken in
dustrial enterprises create a demand
for labor and elevate the homos of the
The Catholic ciiurcu lias us lull
share of the poor. Tho restoration of
silver is directly In tho Interests of the
poor and the debtor
The action of his holiness will groat-
ly strengthen tho Ilryan campaign.
FAIR AT ALVA.
Indian Enonmpmont Ono of tho
Exposition's Clilof Attractions.
Special to Daily Leader.
Alva O. T. Oct. 2'.'. The Western
Oklahomafalr opened here today un-
der the most propitious circumstances
weather perfect a largo urowd In at-
tondanco and track lu perfect condi-
tion for fast time. Tho feature of the
day was tho parade opening the fair
It was participated in by SOU Iudians
the Uoworof tlio Arapahoes and Cho)-
enncp drotsrd in full Indian costume
and adorned with war pal.it they pre-
sented n. thrilling bight. Tho Indian
village at the fair ground the largest
in Oklahoma is visited by vast
thror gs many of whom never saw an
Indian and the phase of Indian life
prokontod to them hctu is something
no ono cau nilonl to mkr. Tho fair
will continue Thursday. Friday and
Saturday of this week.
Traveling SaloBmon In Lincoln
Adopt Bryan Resolutions.
Special to Dally Leader.
Lincoln. Nob. Oct. 22 Tho Travel-
ing Men's Bryan club last night adopt-
ed the following resolutions:
"Resolved That we the members of
Lincoln Neb. with a membership of
259. all residents of Lincoln denounce
as unwarranted by tho facts tho claim
that tho traveling men arc. as a class
favorable to tho single gold standard
and proclaim our sincere conviction
that 75 per cent of tho traveling men
whoso homes aro in tho west aro ear-
nest kupportors of V. J. Ilryan and ad-
vocates of tho free coinage of both sli-
ver and gold at tho present legal ratio
of 10 to 1 without waiting for tho aid
or sonbent of any foreign nation "
"Wo bcllovo that tho patriotic peo-
ple of this country aro not yet ready to
bow to tho dictation of any forolgn
power or Bcek tho permission of Eng-
land or any other nation to legislate In
the Interests of tho American people.
Wo resent any denial of the right and
the ability of tho people of the United
States to legislate for their own best
interests which right and ability have
never uutll now been questioned since
tho surrender of the llritish sword at
the olosa of America's struggle for in
"Wo recognize that the current cam-
paign shibboleths of tho gold standard
advocates 'sound money' an honest
dollar and o policy of dishonesty and
and repudiation are designed solely to
deceive tho Amerlean people and wo
rccogmra at- the honest dollar that
which Is Bubject to the least apprecia-
tion or depreciation. Tho honest dol-
lar is thu dollar whoso purchasing
power does not iluctuate. and wo be-
lieve that the bilvcr dollar under a
bimetallic financial (.ystum is such a
dollar. Wo believe that It Is not repu-
diation to offer to pay a dobt with dol-
lars of equal purchasing powor
with those received when tho
dobt was incurred and wo beliovo that
it Is worso than repudiation for a cred-
itor to demaud dollars of a greater
purchasing power than had thoso ho
loaned when tho dobt was creatod.
"Wcbollevo that tho return to bi-
metallism in this country without
waiting for tho aid or consent of any
other nation would at once restore the
confidence necessary to tho revival of
trade and industry upon which de-
pends tho welfare of tho traveling
fraternity as well as that of tho
"S.S. WHITING Pies
BD. M. FRIEND. Sec'y."
CAN'T HOLD BOTH JOBS
Mrtiiul'iu'turos nil hinds of Vehicles. Painting Trimming aim!
Repairing promptly attomlod to.
i 2 South Division Street - Guthrie OK.
TICKET NO. 528
WMMMaMJMNMWNMiMMN WHHBBHH MMMMMMNMM
Warwick Cushion Frame Wheel.
One chauce given with every 1 purchase from the
STOWE HARDWARE CO
Postmaster Popparell at Conoorciln
Fools Too Muoh With Polltlos.
Special to Daily Leader.
Concordlu. ICan.. Oct. 22. W. H. L.
Pepperell secretary of the domocratic
state central committee and who is
alBO postmaster at this place has re-
ceived a letter from First Assistant
Postmaster Gonoral Jones Informing
him that bo must resign the postmas-
torship or give up his position as secre-
tary with the state contral committee.
Mr Pspperoll has not signified which
alternative ho will accept.
Topeku Kan. Oct. 22 Postmaster
W. II. L. Pepnercll of Concordia com-
plying with the demand made by First
Assistant Po&ttnasler Goncral Jones
resigned tho soerotaryehlp of tho dem-
oaratio state central committee pre-
ferring to hold to his government position.
LINCOLN COUNTY POLL GIVE
600 AGAINST HIM.
REY. CALUHAH IS AT CHANDLER.
Over b'avtn llmntretl Vnt(rn Hour lllm
Plfctim the I'nrninoant Ipmib nf the
liny OvnrlUnr Meotlntfn nrn Ilrlil
I.liiotlln UOtintf Jn Htlrratt
I'u nml l'rntnl.M t litre
ORIME OF 1092.
Good Times of 1802 so Often Ro-
f rred to by tho Sound
Business Failurttt in 1802
Strikes in 1092 1207
(See Wright's U ij. Labor Report.)
Lookouts same authority 710
Including llomoeieud and 'lor.-
nesbco whoro men women and
children wore bhot down by PlnU-
OP AGE THE DAY BEFORE.
.1 W McNEAL riiKSinENT
A.J. SEAY VitE-PnnsiDKNT
UTHRIE NATIONAL BANK.
Person Born rfovombar 1 l Eligi-
ble to Vote November 3.
Special to Daily Leader.
Springfield 111 Oct 23 Assistant
Attorney Gonoral Norvoll holds that a
man becoming of age November 4 Is
entitled to vote for president tills
year having reached his logal majority
Novomber 3 that Is havl g com-
pi u ted twonty one years of existence.
On tho morning of November 4 ho
outers upon hit twenty-second year.
A person born November 4 Is there
fore entitled to vote November 3.
Hoard of Directors In addition to Hank Olllcers:
James Stratton Horace Speed 'Robert Martin. J. R. Cottingham.
W. J. HORSFALL Caahlor.
RICHARDSON & S0RRELL
(leiicrullllm In Hie Territory
Special to Dally Leader.
Mtnoo I. T Oct. 22. Oenoral Nel-
son A. Miles commander of tho United
Statoa army 1 ut Andurko Indian
agency. W. K. Vandorbllt is his guest.
They are taking in the annual army
target practice in the Wichita reserva-
tion which is to continue until No-
Block and one-half North of Guthrie National Bank
West Side of Street.
PHONE NO. 11 QUTHRIE. O. T.
Thero Is no joy in this world equal to
tho happiness of motherhood. A
woman's health is her dearest posses-
sion. Good looks good times happl-
nosp love and its continuance depend
on her health Almost all of the sick-
ness of women Is traceable directly
or lnd'rectly to some derangement of
tho organs dlstlnolly feminine. Trou-
bles of this kind are often neglected
beoause a very natural and proper
modosty keeps women away from
physicians whose lnsistonco upon
examination and local treatment Is
generally as useless as it is common.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will
do more for them than 09 doctors in
100. It will do more than the hun-
dredth dootor can unless ho prescribes
U. It is a proscription by Ur. K. V.
Pierce who lor 30 years has been chief
consulting physician of the World's
Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel at
Buffalo N. Y.
Send 21 one cent Btamps to cover
cost of mailing only and get bis
great book The People's Common
Honte Medical Adviser absolutely
MORRILL NAMED AGAIN.
Votornn Vermont Sonntor Ro-
Eloctod for tho Sixth Time
Special to Daily Lender.
Montpeller Oct. 22. Hon. Justin
Morrill was this afternoon re-elected
to tho United States senate by both
houses of tho Vermont legislature in
joint session. The senator was after-
wards escorted to tho stato house by a
committee and spoko for three quar-
ters of an hour on tho issues pf the
I'ulil l'lltrliiiK to Cmiton.
Special to Daily Leader.
Topoka Kan .Oct- 22. Early tomor
row morning ISO employes of the Santa
Vo shops and otllces at this placo will
leavo on train No. 2 for Canton. Tho
Emporia Sound Money club of seventy-
five members will bo on the train and
railroad men from all points along tho
road will go on tho trip. It le said
that many more than 150 may go from
Topeka but that was the full number
who had decided' to go up till last
The Santa Fe men will ruach Canton
I'riday ni jht. On Saturday they will
be tho guest? of Major McKlnlcy. Ear-
ly Saturday morning nine airloads of
ltock island employes irom Morton
Kan. and Trenton Mo will be in
Canton headed by Major Anderson. A
rough estimate will place tho numbir
of Kansas railroad men in Cauton at
Ilntikt lu the Territory.
Special to Dally Laader.
Washington Oct. 22. Acting Comp-
troller of tho Currency Coffin gives out
an abstract of the reports of the con-
dition October 0 of the eight national
banks in tho Indian territory. The
principal items ure as follows: Loans
and discounts 070509; due from re-
serve agents S209.831; gold. Si7QU);
total specie 8(9010; lawful money re
serve in nanus suui23; total re-
sources 81.4US.402. Liabilities Capi-
tal stock 8100000; surplus fund 8130-
000; undivided profits $28807; de-
posit!. 6700006; average reserve held
00.07 per cent.
By Special telephone to Daily Leader.
Chandlor OeU 33. Last night was
Callahan night in Lincoln county.
Tho people turned out en mass end
heard the Issues of tne day intelli-
gently discussed by the free silver
champion. Her. J Callahan.
Mr. Callahan came i-var from Shaw-
nee and was warmly greeted It had
been arranged to have lh oandldatf
talk In the district court room but
thirty minutes b fore the sprftklnfr.
tho local managers en obliged to
either change their plans or hold sn
overllow meeting Tue crowd was f ill
memo und after some dUcussion it was
decided to adjourn to the court square'
Here Callahan wai Introduced lie
made one of the bent speeches of his
life and tho crowd whs uproariously
enthusiastic Mr. Callahan spoke at
length on the sliver question and made
many convert. Iu alluding to the
subject of freo homes he said:
"Mr. Plynn is making a
great ado about free homes.
All are in favor of free
homes; theruforo it is not
an issue. The ltsue this
campaign Is the siivor
question. I am sorry I
whs not allowed to speak
nt Mulhnll. Mr. Ply tin
was so anxious I would
liked to have obliged him."
After Mr. Cnllulmn linn. I) C.
Lewis of Oklahoma City tnsde a good
Callahan tnsde hundreds of votos by
his manly speeeh and his every point
(.and there were many of them) was
A reliable poll of Lincoln eounty
has jiMt been taken. It gives CslK
han 600 majority.
Including women and children t.AOO
people heard Mr. Callahnu's tslk.
YALE STUDENTS DRUNK.
Saturday Nlglits Made Occasions
for Uqoze at the COllH-
Special to Dally Leader
NW lluvep. Conn tie' 2J -Mm f
tbe HrMrM Uif'iiis ii'ie. n Y.il.- ui-
denf and 'mvn ti." in h.-w i ns
took plsi'e nt nn i aily liuur Sn ut.iy-
moruiiig mi i'u a i 1 itro . tml u-. a r
suit two Ya'e men ei iiru-.ie.l a vi
U nil id er of nihi'r- hi Ud-n niir-antr
NHturiln iiijht li a v-'r';U t nu f r
the lively element at Yan S'u1 t n c -luODfe
on tht nl.hl ure uiw u
crowded. U w.is after inirltiluhl
when h crowd of town !
and it nuitib-'r of Yalo men
mot. After a war of word they en lot-
to blows and for a tl'ne things were
lively Men rolled uround the ide
walk and Into the gutter and ln-au
were punched indiserTininstely
The police charged the crowil ami
arrested Henry A. Peuborty and John
Rogors and started with them for the
hoadquartors when a nuuibrr of stu-
dents tried to teeure their ooinrnde
The policemen best them buck with
their clubs and looked up their pris-
oners on a charge of breach of thu
HAGAN'8 HOT HITS.
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OUlf PALI AND WINTKIt HOOTS AND SllOKS
Are arrlvlag'dully Come and take a look at them.
EISENSCHMIDT & WEGKEL - II8 W Oklahoma Avenue.
HORSB THIEVES DOOMED.
Maattng or the Oklahoma Antl-
Hors Thief Assoolntion.
The Anti-Horse Thief association of
Oklahoma territory met St the county
court hou-e yesterday and transacted
much business pertaining to the grand
lodge- President W. T. Parnell of
Au address of welcome was sccorded
tbo visitor by Mayor Knrqiiunrson
tenderlug them the freedom of tho
utty and anything and everything in
sight which was responded to by IS.
A. Kourne of Ua ii Id cnunt highly
complimenting the olt v of Uutiire Its
jnayor end eitir-ns After tj pointing
the necessary couimi i lees lion Ddintl
llarader of Ilennesvej nisib' a U-is-ipg
addref - wMdi was Itlnill v n"-. poi d-
ed to by I h
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Otter lodge No. IT. Kelt postomce Marshall
&to5fel lodge Ko. 1. Catawba tV. 0. Ilawcll
J. W. llalgler.
I.acey lodge Nn it r.arcv. J. M. Kinnett I.
Star lodge No. . Mtrmnl A It llurrla
Parts lodge Na 5. 1'arlK J W Ilcnthorn
Osk Center lodye No 41 Oak Center V It
uavig j. w. uortney
NeiNklrk lodge No
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II Neklrk William
ter. a W. MartTi
llrltliin lodge No. ttr. Ilnttun Henry Haul)'
JOIIIl llO(l i u.
1' ill ire No. 4S
A. Mull ml
AlatUida N. M
"k lodirc No m Cleveland c.
iHlriteu I. lii e No M Husk M M Dccn.l
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loilge Ni. A
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HaiKlnrr lodge No 3 HaiK'icrry
mnirnc ii.ii jiHici. i ii iiaRKari.
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raiti r. M H ll Je.
AiiiiiKtmi iiMtge No. or Aritnuton Mr
sctiwtiii. it liavin
li.iUeNo S Crevent City J w
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l.ai y IiiI'kp No. II lacy. Henry Theele
Alpha luil u- i. Alnlia JosianWIlllaillH
seiliiiK li"is' No l. Hellliiu. WW B. Price
ilc No. 3 1-a'rvlcw P. J. He
ire No. i Kdmond W. I
Uiutt ii.iit.1 No sa McLiiud f.. A Hatnp-
No 7 riMin.V N. West.
Nu. fo Altona AMuTt llimton
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sillirt.iu-1 lodge No. i. HUUwatcr 'I. r
'I'lnkii I ti AlesAnder.
1' ii in i I...IH'- N-iTTl'aWe.-tt. O. NorrU J
w i suiiiiIiimiii.ii K Mixire
II hum. i itKlge tlrder No I IfiJUlenlcad
.1 )' l M lurgeiaini I. c 11 writ Joliu
M.i.l. I i i.ln.tnBetBe J M HalKlet
1 tin i I "Ke N. BT4l.ia l K. Patne
I. v i l n
dot tlie Gold Insects on the
Spoclal to Daily Leader.
Monroo City Mo Oct. 23 -II. II.
Hagan of Uiitlirle O. T spoke here to-
night to 1500 people. His speech wm
great and the orator received much
Senator Martin and Liedy are both
unwell aod llagau has full swing He
Is considered a hot sausage.
Mr. Hagan will arrive home today
Tomorrow he will speak at Perry and
Monday Nigbt at the McKennon opera
Killed b) h Itoml.
Special t) Dally Leader
New York Oct. 2 'J Humlm J An
drus secret sry of the At liupton Litem.
(flat works located in palisade avenue
Yorkers was instantly killed ester -
day by a dyuamlte bomb wIikIi. the
police think was plaied tin r.- for thu
purpose of destroying life at it proper
ty. There is a deep air ot mystery
about the affair aud one particularly
sensational nmior is attoaL
The body of the victim wa horribly
manglwl by tbe explosiou and death
must have eoine instantly.
If your children arcsubject to croup
watch for the first By in to iu of tbe dis-
ease hoarseness. If Chamberlain's
Cough Itemedy is given as soon as tbe
child becomes hoarse it will prevent
the attack. Even after tbe eroupy
cough has appeared tho attack can
always be prevented by giving this
remedy. It is also valuable for col is
and whooping cougb. For sale by
Beatonian Drug Co.
For Sale Cheap Nice bedroom set;
also stove. W. D White corner Broad
and Vilss. lotf
Nnw Alliiwurl KullroHl
tipeelul to Dally Leader
Sedalla Mo. Oct. 22 Edward Wood
of Ghiaogo; who is interested in the
Joplin-Webb City Bleutrie railway la
bore In the interest of a slmilai Hue
from Sedalla to Monet t. In Lawrence
county via Windsor Cllntou. Htoci-
ton Greeufleld and Mount Veinon
Ho will put a surveying corps iu tbe
Sold st once and complete the survey
early in November Mr Wood n
baoked by New V rk. ' -csgo acd
A lllc bhurlKe
Special to Daily Leader.
St. Louis Oet. 22 BdwardC Suutl
srd late confidential o'.erk of the Pars-
more Investment company who was
out on bail awaiting trial for forgery
has beon arrested on complaint of V.
W. Para more. It is alleged that there
is a shortage of almost .519000 whloh
Southard says he can explain away If
given awess to tho books.
Justice dockets latest stylo neatly
bound for sale at Tex Lkacek office
w us ailniitt' il nui a luemtier Ingool
standing '1 hero were about loo ilele-
lo tho evening the following ullicors
C. P. Leaeh national president. Ar-
kansas City Kan
W. T. Parnell grand terr.toi iaI pres
J. IX Patten llrand vlee president
Lacy O. T.
D. C Farntwortli grand
Locy O T
Executive Coniiiiilttc K A
chairman WauUomb. O. T
Conrad liotmsteiia T .
llarader Hennessey. O T.
Marshal Nsgle addressed the nssocl
atlon on the criminal condition nf tbe
territory aod the best way lo catch
The Aiiti IIitm' Thu f asuoi latino is
su orguniatiDii not only t.i i ti Ii and ' party 1
punibu iiurMi iiiuvu uiumi kiiuii oi i n has
IliU'i. tlie fiirini i -. are at the on i ' of
uny and Si1 Uiml-i of ojt'awv anil it is
almost iup.sili!i' to catch Hum by
the slow pit ii i ss of the !n i ill s ur the
iiiarsliul's oil -e I nib r this oigaiii .
uou the moinnni a tanner -. in i l up
or robbed a poi-se In Inm nlmii ! m'ul
iu pursuit by the scent mm h ntrry
only knowu to the lueitibris and the
offender i csugbt Slid bruughl to aw
This is nut a vigilance commit tc- and
does nut tttUn tho putiwh un.ru of . rime
intjiUowu hands exept in tin- pur
suit of outlaw or outline in the a
standing fight and won t lj taken
Still tbe orgaulxstiou reports all sai-
plctous persons in the different neigh-
borhoods and known tbe good citizens
from tbe man. Home of tbe members
in the Cheyenne country have been
terrorized more than once. 'I here are
places out there where an oullsw like
lied Buck who was kill d some
irootbs ago would tiiupiy ttke a
Winchester and go to a farm houe
and get anything he wanted to
Olber portions of tbe territory mil
organise and Join tbe order The fo!
lowing delegates attended the eonvtii-
Hail It Itulibril
hpiiial to Dally Leadtr.
Hurt ii a Springs Ark Oct. 82. Uob-bericntt-ieu
the Bank ot Cassvillc at
Cassviile Mo last n'glit and blow
open the safe sevuring tho contants.
Tue amount obtained by tho robbers
was large but tbe bank olllsials rofuso
to give it exactly. Tho robbery was
tho work of profesetouale.
Speclul to Dally Leader.
Peru ind uet. . tuo nubio
square iu front of tho court houseat
Uuchoiter was well filled with crowded
humanity wheu Mr. Ilryan arrived
there It was a free silver crowd and
the few who woro yellow badges
Mi Ilryan in Ills speech quoted front
the Indiana state republican platform
of s years ago and referred to tho
message of ex-President llarrlion of
Deieiiitxir Ifiyo ho said iu part- ' I
wsnt to ail (I reus my remarks to tho re-
publicans who may be present. 1
want to show tbe Republicans who
are ii r.i lousy mat tue iiopuuiican
u deserted tho position which
i-cimicd. and liavlnir ohanpnil
In -cctions .r lomitry iu policy. Is sitetoptlng to ohango the
iailr.sds und U n ifi ink I onv n-llons of the lteiiublioiins who
siiuiiurt.it it vthou it was supporting
buiietail mil 1 want to read you the
platform bleb the Uepublican party
of Irifliana uloptt'ii in Mtate convention
Ilea' ii'i'ioted from the address of
Prime H --mark ij the farmers a year
ago in iv I. h be said that tbe farmers
in .st stand together and protect tliorn-
slven from the drones of society who
prodme noililng but laws.
mui kImi'r Arolni.Wult.
The Pest Salve in the world for
Cuts Km -. Sores L'leers Salt Rheum
Fever . ires Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup-
tions aud piiettvelv cures Piles or no
pa reiin 1 1 ed. It is guaranteed lo give
perfect -ai ih.factiou or toon -v refunded.
Price " ii nts per box For Sale By
C Ii. Ill- m i o (luihru-
limelo lodge So 'J I ( -on'll
Cberryial lixiye No a Muu.l Wui i
J. 11. Minion J tl Oyler and 0"ri A
llryuu tlul Notice
The uiciuberi of the Bryan club are
hereby irqtu'ktid to report at their
headquarteis on Monday ""etoberlO
at 7 30 o clock sharp
ll i important tlisteeiry member
be prk-senl and J nn in tho proeesslon
and assist by tin r rroHef tho
grsnd rally at tlie opera house
I earnestly urge every member to be
pr.xnt. it K I). Nix Pres.
Highest of all m Leavening Tower. Latent U. S. Gov't Report.
1 v SSL Powder
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 122, Ed. 1, Friday, October 23, 1896, newspaper, October 23, 1896; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc73758/m1/1/: accessed June 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.